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Lesson 5— Teacher Training Introduction to "Equilibrium"




The treatment of equilibrium in CHEM Study is characterized by emphasis on the quantitative aspects and on the dynamic microscopic processes involved. Professor Pimentel demonstrates that in order to explain equilibrium, one needs not only the idea of a tendency toward minimum potential energy, but also the idea of a tendency, implemented by temperature, toward greater randomness.


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